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When the film was released in 1956, it was enormously controversial for its extremely risqué subject matter. The Catholic Legion of Decency condemned the film for its "carnal suggestiveness". Cardinal Francis J. Spellman condemned the film in a stunning attack from ... ...
I don't want to be in the same room with a man that would make me live in a house with no furniture! My daddy would turn over in his grave if he knew, he would just turn over in his grave.
Archie Lee Meighan: If your daddy turned in his grave as often as you say he'd ...
As Baby Doll is seen walking up the stairs to the doctor's office, two men watching at the bottom of the stair make comments. The final comment is heard but neither of the men are seen speaking.
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